The true teaching of Jmmanuel, falsely known as “Jesus Christ” Considering the worldwide importance of the man upon whom a major religion was founded, who was said to have raised the dead, walked on water and been magically resurrected after his own death, the fact that there is zero historical information about him has largely… Read More


The history of how an extraterrestrial race overcame wars, terrorism and religion and established long-lasting peace Six-hundred-fifty-third Contact Thursday, 2 June 2016 at 9:41. (Translated into English from the original German by Matthew Deagle)   Billy   Thanks.  But now I have another question: whether you Plejaren previously had similar forms of government to those that exist today on… Read More


The connection between the Plejaren, Merlin, King Arthur and our future survival While the hundreds of articles in this blog contain much information about the news of the day, including how Billy Meier specifically foretold so much of all that is unfolding in our world, the core element, the reason for the Meier contacts is… Read More


It was at the time when the ancient prophecies began to fulfill themselves, when the upheavals started, that people were especially fascinated with UFOs. Of course not everything that was seen in the sky was an object of extraterrestrial origin as most thought and hoped they would be. And most didn’t know at all that… Read More


The first thing to say is that this claim is utterly impossible, since there was no person named “Jesus Christ” who lived about 2,000 years ago. “Jesus Christ” is the fictionalized version of a real human being named Jmmanuel (pronounced the same as Emmanuel of Immanuel). Having declared this distinction, it can be stated, as… Read More


Religious indoctrination has a number of interesting effects on people, one of which is to prepare them for the coming of a “savior” or “messiah” who, ironically, never seems to arrive. The indoctrination often keeps people in some state of anticipation and hope that must be defended in the face of all evidence, and reality,… Read More


Once again the world witnesses the fulfillment of the prophecies about Islamic fundamentalism that Billy Meier had already begun to publish as far back as 1958: 82.) The murdering and destroying fanatics of religions and sects will, in their death-bringing fiery beliefs, speak of justice in the name of god, and thereby spread misery, need, death… Read More